If you’re running out of haircare products, now is a good time to stock up with Priceline’s 40 per cent, three-day discount. We asked Body+Soul beauty editor Kelsey Ferencak to share her top picks for the products that are worth the spend.
Shopaholics and beauty fiends, gather around. Priceline has announced they’re mammoth 40% sale is here for three days – and this time the focus is on everything hair, including big-name haircare brands John Frieda, Tigi, Toni & Guy, L’Oreal Paris and Klorane.
The sale will include essentials items like conditioning oil treatments, hairspray, toners and dry shampoo – and you can get your heavily discounted goods either in-store, or if you’re being a good social distancer, online from today until Friday. But best be quick as there’s limited stock.
Because, we know, the choice can be overwhelming, we tapped Body+Soul’s beauty editor Kelsey Ferencak for her professional tips as to what products are actually worth the spend.
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Klorance Oat Milk Dry Shampoo, $11.99 at Priceline
Why: This fragrance-free dry shampoo delivers a super-fine mist that won’t have your part-line looking chalky.
Pro:Voke touch of silver brightening shampoo, $15.99 at Priceline
Why: This is the OG for toning brassy blonde tones and all-over brightening.
Kristin Ess instant exfoliating scalp scrub, $17.49 at Priceline
Why: Don’t forget you scalp! Think of you scalp as the ‘home base’ of your hair, so show it some love with a gentle exfoliant.
Sukin hydrating treatment oil, $8.99 at Priceline
Why: A natural leave-in oil that won’t weigh down your hair, but will deliver moisture in spades.
L’Oreal Paris Elnett flexible hold hairspray, $6.59 at Priceline
Why: This hairspray is a classic for a reason – this flexible version gives more movement, with zero stickiness.
Toppik hair building fibres, $44.09 at Priceline
Why: This clever powder visibly thickens hair, no extensions needed.
L’Oreal Paris magic retouch spray, $9.59 at Priceline
Why: When you don’t have time to get your roots done, try this. It really is ‘magic’.
Tangle teezer wet detangler, $16.49 at Priceline
Why: Did you know your hair is most at risk from damage when wet? Show it some love with this cute but effective de-tangling comb.
Ethique frizz wrangler shampoo, $18.39 at Priceline
Why: An ethical way to reduce your plastic usage (it is Plastic Free July, after all), plus it helps to create smooth, frizz-free locks.
Viviscal growth densifying elixir, $20.99 at Priceline
Why: If you’ve heard about the rave reviews of Viviscal’s hair growth supplements, you’ll know this brand is serious about helping you get the long locks of your dreams. This is a good option if you don’t want an ingestible.
Herbal Essences sulphate-free conditioner, $6.99 at Priceline
Why: Smells divine, and is better for you and the environment.